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    SVK #5 this plant is the smallest but the buds are big and compact and the smell is good too...
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    Thank you all for your comments! The Sweet valley Kush group 1 is now at the end of week 8 day 56. The Sweet valley Kush group 2 is now at the end of week 7 day 49. I watered each plant with water at 22°c until the end. I can say that the powder feeding work well . I also used different compost teas and I recommend it to all who use the organic line from GreenHouse Powder Feeding, but now i just watering with plain water Day Temperature : 28c° Night Temperature : 22c° Day Humidity : 55% Night humidity : 65% The sweet valley kush group 1 will pass tomorrow at the beginning of week 9 and the smell is getting stronger and stronger! The sweet valley kush group 2 will pass tomorrow at the beginning of week 8
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    Time for another update , so it's flip time tomorrow, always have a thing about starting flower on a Monday. I am going to change the 250w MH to a Lumatek 315w CMH, I really love this flowering lamp compared to the 400w HPS I used in the past. This week they have just had some gentle LST and on 1g per litre of grow from powderfeed.
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    The Sweet valley Kush group 2 is at the end of week 8 day 56. Watering with only water. Day Temperature : 27c° Night Temperature : 21c° Day Humidity : 50% Night humidity : 65% The sweet valley kush group 2
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    Sorry for not updating but my wife and I just had a son but I happened to have the weather on my side, it never got to hot and there also was some rain. I went out two days after getting home the first time just to check the plants and water if necessary, two days later I went there to do more work clearing the reeds and feeding the plants that needed it. I had removed the chicken wire of two plants and I hoped that they would be able to stand on their own, I came back two days later and they had fallen to the ground so I got some support for the two but they started growing curved however they are doing just fine. Two other plants are growing really thick and bushy with WIDE fan leaves, also the one that got damaged during transport seems like it's not going to make it but it's still struggling so I'm letting the little girl grow despite. I also moved two other plants that's on my other journal and the roots have grown through the pots into the soil, I suspect all plants have done that.
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    SVK #6 For me the less attractive. She have the biggest leafs but the smallest buds :-) So i decide to kill the clone i save...
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    Hello @Jose.gh, Hope you are well! Looks on this pics the resin forest...
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    Right now the best Sweet Valley Kush is the #2, the smell of this plant is really good, special. We can see that it already shows great sign of senescence. The senecence is much more advanced on this plant compared to others (which is besides the most vigorous plant of this run) but the buds would still need a little time ... Then I take note and I would see that I should adapt (a little bit more nutrients) for run 2 with SVK clones # 2. After we have two outsider, the SVK #4 smell like the #2 but less strong, the plant are from the group 2 with less vigor and with 1 week less in flowering but the cristal covering on the #4 is very good, better than the #2 The SVK #7 are coverd of resin but smell different that the 2 other... SVK #2 SVK #4 SVK #7 See you for the next update hunter
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    Hello Hunters, The Sweet valley Kush group 1 is now at the end of week 6 day 42. The Sweet valley Kush group 2 is now at the end of week 5 day 35. Today, I watered each plant with Ehancer & compost tea Each other watering i use only pure rain water The hummidity drop and this is not good at the end of flowering so i decide to defoliate a little bit next couples of days... Day Temperature : 28c° (leaf temp 24c°) Night Temperature : 20c° Day Humidity : 60% Night humidity : 80% Group 1 - End of week 6 Group 2 - End of week 5
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    The SVK #2 are right now the bigger plant (84cm), the more pungent, she have a sweet smell... & we can already see some purple color... I love this pheno more than each other lucky that i take clone to keep this pheno On this one we can already see the begining of the purple color & how this pheno is already coverd by trichomes...
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    Hello Hunters, Here are some news of the Sweet valley Kush (pictures are from yesterday...) The group 1 is now at the end of week 5 day 35. The group 2 is now at the end of week 4 day 28. Sunday, I have watered each plant with a special PK compost tea from BIOtabs we will see whats happend with this special organic pk tea. Each other watering i use only pure rain water, i stop tottaly the tap water... Day Temperature : 28c° (leaf temp 24c°) Night Temperature : 19c° Day Humidity : 50% Night humidity : 70% Group 1 Group 2 SVK #4 the more similar smell that the 2, it is the only two plants with that great smell... No luck with the SVK #10 who smell good, she is hermaphrodite, look the banana ina di top bud!!
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    I wanted to share with you 2 comparison pics at 5 days interval, only 5 days after the defoliation the plants quickly recovered. And they begin to spend all their energy on bud formation. This is a good thing SVK Group 1 Day 20 SVK Group 1 Day 25 Have a nice & beautifull week-end hunters!
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    We actually adjusted the dosage recommendation to 3-5g/L. 3g/L is the lower end of the range and we have experienced that some strains might need more. I usually go with 5g/L of BioBloom in week 1 of flowering for strains that flower 8-10 weeks. Here's the updated GHF catalogue: https://shop.greenhousefeeding.com/downloads/GHF_M+B_2019_UK-AU.pdf
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    Hello Hunters, After a good drying of the ice-o-lator, it is time to share with you the Sweet Valley Kush ice-o-lator pressing process. Material you need: - Glass bottle with hot water (80c°-100c°) - insulated potholders - Nylon Turkey Oven Bags - Parchement Paper - Nitrile Glove - ... ...and last but not least you need the good Sweet Valley Kush ice-o-lator First step is to put the ice-o-lator in the nylon bag Secondly just put the bottle on the bag. Iin this step you can see the quality of the resin, more speed the resin melt below the glass bottle, more the quality is high. That's crazy when you compare between morocan hash and a good ice-o-lator!) So now its time to roll the glass bottle gently and slowly on the ice-o-lator... After 10 minutes of rolling, the ice-o-lator make a mass, like a fine pancake. (You can see the amazing resin quality on this pics :-) ) After 30 minutes of pressing and rolling with the glass bottle in the nylon bag, the decarboxylation of the resin is optimal and it is time to make a ball, the world famous "Temple Ball" For that you take the resin mass out and you roll the resin in a beauty ball form in your hands... Here are the end result Another 7 days of drying before storing for the curing phase. Next update i will share with you the evolution of the "Temple Ball" in the glass jar during the curing phase so stay tuned!
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    Time for another update! Girls are progressing well. Since I last updated I have lollipoped the girls, a few sticks added to spread the plants a little more, and a little light defoliation to allow light to the lower branches. I flipped on the 1st of August to 12/12 and am now using the short flower PF. I have changed by light for a Lumatek 315 CMH for flowering. I have also sprayed the plants twice this week with my bug spray, as noticed a couple of bug shits on my lower leaves. Any questions ask , be back soon.
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    Time for a progress update on the 2 outdoor Sweet Valley Kush at the end of week 6 and start of week 7 of flowering. On Thursday morning at 6.30am it was warm and bright there were no clouds just a blue sky the temperature inside the shed was about 20C so I put both of the plants outside in the yard I checked the temperature after 30 minutes and it was about 24C but not in direct sunlight. By 8.30am the temperature in direct sunlight was about 28C and by 10am it was about 34C and mid afternoon it was about 38C then it got very cloudy and dull and we had a couple of thunderstorms the first was quite quick I dashed outside and put the plants inside the shed, within 30 minutes the sun was shining again so I put them back outside. But about an hour later it got cloudy and dull again and so I left the plants outside the rain was forcast for the evening, but suddenly there was a rumble of thunder and it started to rain lightly, by the time I got to the plants the rain drops were massive I put both plants into the shed and left them in the shed under the fluorescent tubes. I left the shed door open to ventilate the shed and I left them until 7pm before I switched off the fluorescent tubes and locked up for the night the temperature in the shed was about 28C and there is now a nice cool breeze to help things cool down, ready for another hot day tomorrow. Friday morning at 6.30am it was nice warm the sky was blue and the temperature in the shed was about 20C so I moved both of the plants outside into the back yard, I checked the temperature about 30 minutes later and it was about 24C and by mid morning it was about 28C In the early afternoon the temperature was about 28C then it started to get dull and very cloudy and the temperature dropped to about 24C there was some light rain about 3pm so I put them in the shed but it soon passed after 30 minutes and brightened up a bit so I put the plants back outside. The root pouches were light and the dirt was nice and dry so at about 5pm I gave both plants 2 litres of water each the temperature outside was about 26C by 5.30pm it was starting to rain lightly so I moved the plants into the shed under the fluorescent tubes, at 6.30pm the temperature inside the shed was still about 26C when I switched off the fluorescent tubes and locked up for the night. On Saturday morning at 6.30am it was dull very cloudy and raining so I switched on the fluorescent tubes the temperature in the shed was about 20C by 9am the cloud had thinned out and the sun was shining and the temperature was about 22C by lunch time the temperature in direct sunlight was about 32C and in the early afternoon it reached about 36C. At 6.30pm when I put the plants in the shed for the night the temperature was about 22/4C inside the shed. On Sunday morning at 6.30am it was dull and very cloudy and raining when I opened the shed so I switched on the fluorescent tubes the temperature was about 18C inside the shed, by mid morning the temperature was about 20C and in the afternoon it reached about 22C it was dull and cloudy and rained all day, so the plants stayed inside, at 6.30pm when I locked up the temperature inside the shed was about 20C This morning my alarm did not go off the battery was flat on my iPaq, so it was just after 7am when I went outside to the shed the weather was dull and cloudy so I switched on the fluorescent tubes the temperature was about 18C and by 9.30am the cloud thinned out and the sun came out so I moved the plants out into the yard and the temperature in direct sunlight was about 26C when I checked an hour later it was about 32C Mid afternoon the temperature reached about 36C in direct sunlight, unfortunately Mr Moose got knocked over this morning and he got damaged his legs have now broke and there is an air bubble in the mercury or whatever the substance in the glass tube is, so I am guessing the temperature inside the shed was about 24C when I locked up at about 7pm tonight. This afternoon I measured the plants and SVK-B#1 is now 54cm tall and SVK-B#2 is now 61cm tall the buds on the plant have closed up now and they are quietly fattening up as they move towards weeks 8 and 9 of flowering. Here are some images I took yesterday afternoon. Both of the Sweet Valley Kush plants in the shed Now for a bit of bud porn... SVK-B#1 bud at bottom of the plant. SVK-B#1 bud around middle of the plant. SVK-B#1 bud at the top of the plant. SVK-B#2 bud at bottom of the plant. SVK-B#2 bud around middle of the plant. SVK-B#2 bud at the top of the plant. The weather forcast for the next couple of days is crap but it should be back to more warm sunny days again at the start of August. More updates to follow, happy growing...
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    Hello Hunters, Here are the first batch of the Sweet Valley Kush buds pictures grow with the Green House powder feeding BIO line,,, Sweet Valley Kush #2 Sweet Valley Kush #4 Sweet Valley Kush #5 Tomorrow I will share with you the rest of the buds pics...
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    La verdad que sí que estoy muy contento @g22 así que hoy voy a pasear con mi moto la llamo thunder... Jejeje The truth is that I am very happy @ g22 so today I am going to ride with my motorcycle I call it thunder ... Hehehe Saludos Regards
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    Hoy estuve con las doctoras de exterior y traigo unas fotos Today I was with the doctors outside and I bring some photos Foto de grupo; Group photo; Dotora presumida buscando carrera de altura con ciprés; Presumed doctor looking for a high race with cypress; Ramas bajeras; Low branches; Rama intermedia; Intermediate branch; Saludos Regards
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    Hello hunters, The Sweet Valley Kush is now harvested, hand trimmed and are now in the drying process... I use the "wet trimming" technique and i love this way because is more easy to trim wet plants and i think with less trichomes damages... For the first 3 days of drying i use a dehumidifier to remove most of the hummidity in the drying room and that quickly as possible, then I turn off the dehumidifier and let dry more slowly between 4 and 7 days in dark (depending on the environment). After this drying phase, I will put the buds in cardboard boxes to slowly continue the drying phase for 4 to 7 days. Then will come the curing ...
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    Time for a progress update on the 2 outdoor Sweet Valley Kush at the end of week 5 and start of week 6 of flowering. On Thursday morning it was bright outside and there few clouds at 6.30am the temperature in the shed was about 18C so I put both of the plants outside in the yard, I checked the thermometer 30 minutes later and the temperature was about 20C By 8.30am the temperature was about 24C and in at lunch time and mid afternoon the temperature was about 32C when I put the plants in the shed for the night the temperature was about 20C On Firday morning at 6.30am the temperature inside the shed was about 18C outside it was bright and there was not a lot of cloud and plenty of blue sky so I moved both plants into the yard, I checked the temperature about 30 minutes later and it was about 20C Unfortunately by about 8am it got very dull and cloudy and then there was a light rain so I moved the plants back inside the shed where they stayed for the rest of the day the maximum temperature in the day was about 24C mid afternoon and when I switched off the lights the temperature was 20C Yesterday at 6.30am in the morning the temperature inside the shed was about 20C outside it was very bright and there was not much cloud and lots of blue sky so I moved both of the plants outside, I checked the temperature about 30 minutes later and it was about 22C and by 8.30am it was 28C Unfortunately at lunch time it got really cloudy then started to piss down so I put the plants in the shed under the fluorescent tubes, by about 2pm the weather healed up so I moved the plants back outside the temperature was about 26C in direct sunlight. This morning at 6.30am the temperature in the shed was about 20C outside it was bright and there was not much cloud so I moved both of the plants out into the yard, when I checked the temperature 30 minutes later it was about 22C and by 8.30am it was about 28C according to Mr Moose. By about 9.30am it got cloudy and stayed like that for the rest of the morning the temperature was about 26C then about 11.30am it started to rain lightly so I moved both the plants into the shed, but after about 30 minutes it stopped, so I moved the plants back outside again where they stayed for the rest of the day it was cloudy and dull but dry and the temperature was about 24C The dirt in both the plants root pouches was nice and dry so I gave each plant 2 litres of water with 1g per litre of enhancer, when I put the plants in the shed for the night the temperature in the shed was about 22C Last night I noticed a little spider has taken up residence in SVK-B#1 it had spun a little web and looked well settled in there. Here are some images I took this afternoon just before I watered the plants and gave them some enhancer. Both Sweet Valley Kush plants under a cloudy sky waiting for the sun to return. The temperature about 24C this afternoon on a dull and cloudy day. SVK-B#1 side view of the plant. SVK-B#1 top view of the plant. SVK-B#1 buds on a bottom stalk. SVK-B#1 buds on the main stalk near the top of the plant. SVK-B#1 bud at the top of the plant (high res). SVK-B#1 bud at the top of the plant side view (high res). SVK-B#2 side view of the plant. SVK-B#2 top view of the plant. SVK-B#2 buds on a bottom stalk. SVK-B#2 buds on the main stalk near the top of the plant. SVK-B#2 bud at the top of the plant (high res). SVK-B#2 bud at the top of the plant side view (high res). GHS powder feeding enhancer and water mix. After taking the photos I measured both of the plants SVK-B#1 is .5cm taller and SVK-B#2 is also .5cm taller, but the bud is getting fatter so they are both focusing their energy of making buds not growing structure, so they should be nice nugs in another 3 weks time. Happy growing...
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    Buenas tardes amig@s y compañer@s de cultivo hoy estuve con las the doctor en el exterior traigo fotos Good afternoon friends and culture partners today I was with the doctor abroad I bring pictures Vista frontal desde el suelo Front view from the ground Vista lateral izquierdo altura normal Left side view normal height Hojas de cerca Leaves close up Rama bajera #5 (la más alta) Bottom branch # 5 (the highest) Tronco principal #5 Main trunk # 5 Saludos Regards
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    Another week passes and another week nearer to flowering. I have continued to feed them 1g per litre of the Grow powderfeed and they are coming on well and looking lush. I have topped the top few branches on each plant , and also done a little LST and managed to snap the SVK . I have also done a light defoliated to enable more light to penetrate to the lower branches.
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    After another six days an update. I am very happy with the introduction of the grow feed, the girls ar growing fast and bushing out. Except the PVK , which I snapped during some LST. I have bent the plant over to try and get the lower branches to grow up quicker and replace the snapped branch. The Mokum Kush is just the most vigorous ahead of th Kuchi then the SVK and Platinum Valley. So far they have just received 1g Grow powderfeed per litre. So I will leave them know after another roun of topping, I chose to top the next highest branches on all the plants, as they need to fill out a lot more into the space. I find having a little patience always pays off.
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    Good luck with your White lemon dude, i grow this strain years ago when this strain wass in test mode before the release and i have find some beautiful white (covered with trichomes) & lemony specimen!
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    Buenas noches amig@s y compañer@s de cultivo traigo actualización de las doctoras de exterior últimos minutos de sol; Good evening friends and cultivation companions I bring update of the foreign doctors last minutes of the sun; Siguientes fotos sin luz solar; Next photos without sunlight; De una en una de izquierda a derecha; One by one from left to right; #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 Vistas laterales todas juntas; Side views all together; Cálices de cerca; Chalices close up; Troncos principales y hojas quemadas por sol; Main trunks and leaves burned by sun; Saludos Regards
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    All 4 Sweet Valley Kush are growing OK this is the end of week 1 of 4 weeks of veg growth. The dirt in their root pouches was dry last night so I gave SVK-B#1 and SVK-B#2 a litre of water each. Then I mixed 1g of the Grow powder feed with 2 litres of water and then I gave SVK-M#1 and SVK-M#2 1 litre of the water and powder feed solution. I measured the plants today and SVK-B#1 is 19cm and SVK-B#2 is 17cm then SVK-M#1 is 21cm and SVK-M#2 is 16cm Here are some images I took last night before I watered and fed the plants. Sweet Valley Kush in grow tent under LED. The temperature and humidity in the grow tent. SVK-B#1 side view of plant. SVK-B#1 foliage. SVK-B#1 top view of plant. SVK-B#2 side view of plant. SVK-B#2 foliage. SVK-B#2 top view of plant. SVK-M#1 side view of plant. SVK-M#1 foliage. SVK-M#1 top view of plant. SVK-M#2 side view of plant. SVK-M#2 foliage. SVK-M#2 top view of plant. Sweet Valley Kush lined up ready to water and feed. Sweet Valley Kush watered and fed back in grow tent under the LED. So far there has not been a lot of difference in the growth of all the plants SVK-M#2 is definitely slower and less vigorous than the others and SVK-M#1 does seem to be the most vigorous so far but SVK-B#1 is not far behind. More updates soon, happy growing...
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    Thanks for the kind words @OG.Naj All 4 of the Sweet Valley Kush seedlings are growing well and the seedling with the bend at the bottom of its stem is OK. They all have lots of little roots poking out of the sponge plugs, so tonight I planted them in BioBizz AllMix in 4 inch plastic pots. Once the last Sweet Mango is finished next week and I harvest her I can then put them all into the 12ltr root pouches. Having them in the 4 inch plastic pots will make it easier to repot them. Here are some photos I took. Sweet Valley Kush seedlings in the sponge plugs. Sweet Valley Kush seedlings little roots Sweet Valley Kush seedlings roots close up. Sweet Valley Kush seedlings in 4 inch pots. After putting them into the 4 inch pots I gave each seedling about 40ml of water. They are now sat on the window ledge until getting the last daylight, they will go back into the tent in the morning. I will let them settle into these pots for a week and start using up the nutrients in the dirt. Happy growing...
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    Time for a mid week update on the 4 Sweet Valley Kush plants as we approach the end of week 5 of flowering. Since I sprayed the dirt in the root pouches with a solution of 3% hydrogen peroxide I have not seen any more gnats and the top of the dirt was nice and dry this morning they were due to be watered yesterday, but I need to make sure the dirt is really dry before they get a drink. I will probably water them tomorrow afternoon which will make it 5 days since I last watered. Here are some images I took earlier. All 4 Sweet Valley Kush plants in grow tent under LED. All 4 Sweet Valley Kush plants in normal light. SVK-B#1 top of the plants main stalk (high res). SVK-B#1 top buds (high res). SVK-B#2 top of the plants main stalk (high res). SVK-B#2 top buds (high res). SVK-M#1 top of the plants main stalk (high res). SVK-M#1 top buds (high res). SVK-M#2 top of the plants main stalk (high res). SVK-M#2 top buds (high res). I noticed lots of brown spots on the fan leaves on SVK-M#1 (high res). Not sure what has caused this I was looking on the Grow Weed Easy web site at plant problems but can't find any images that look the same. The brown spots are definitely marks on the leaves they do not rub off, are these cause by the fungus gnats? At about 6.30pm when the LED went off the temperature in the tent was 30C so I have got the 18 inch fan running pushing air through the room and last time I looked the temperature was down to 26C I will leave the fan running until I crash out later around 10pm. Happy growing...
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    Hello hunters, Here are some pics of the Sweet Valley Kush #2 Clone Run - week 3 of flowering. Cant wait to see the result with small nutritional adaptations (i put 1gr of BIO Bloom/ltr of soil at the end of week 2)
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    This morning at 6.30am there was lots of blue sky very few clouds and it was very bright so I moved SVK-B#2 outside into the yard where she has been most of the day there was a brief shower so I put her in the shed and 20 minutes it brightened up so I moved her back outside. Here are some images of SVK-B#2 that I took this afternoon. SVK-B#2 outside in the yard. Now for a bit of Sweet Valley Kush bud porn. Buds on a lower stalk (high res). Bud at the top of the lower stalk (high res). Bud mid way up plant (high res). Buds on main stalk near top of plant (high res). Top bud side view (high res). Top bud top view (high res). The forcast is for rain this evening and a nice day with sunshine again tomorrow, it looks like we will get more crappy days but we seem to be getting more sunny days than shit days so its all good, I just need to nurse SVK-B#2 through the next week or two. You can clearly see in the images that the trichomes are all nice and milky and there are a few amber trichomes too and the buds are all little fatty boom booms full fo resin, so she is getting close to harvest now. More updates to follow soon, happy growing...
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    Hello Hunters, Here are the second and last batch of the Sweet Valley Kush buds pictures grow with the Green House powder feeding BIO line... Sweet Valley Kush #6 Sweet Valley Kush #8 Sweet Valley Kush #10 Tomorrow i will share with you the final grow report ;-)
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    Buenas tardes amigos y compañeros de cultivo hoy estuve con las doctoras de exterior y traigo algunas fotos; Good afternoon friends and cultivation partners today I was with the doctors outside and I bring some photos; Vista lateral #1 Side view # 1 #1 frente a Franco's lemon cheese # 1 in front of Franco's lemon cheese Interior #1 Inside # Ramificaciones con tonos rojizos #1 Branches with reddish tones #1 Foto de grupo vista lateral Side view group photo Saludos Regards
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    Hello hunters, Today i will share with you a observation a make on the SVK#2 cut. I see some main stalk deformation... I can observe that first on a SVK#2 cut who are already in week 3 of flowering for the second round. And right now is see that on one just rooted SVK#2 cut. On this picture we can clearly see the serious angle on the main stalk. Here is a picture of a normal SVK#2 cut
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    Ahora dejo unas fotos de la doctora de interior luego sacaré más fotos cerca de los cogollos Now I leave some pictures of the doctor of interior then I will take more pictures near the buds sin miedo a Lst without fear of Lst
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    Estoy preparando la comida de la Dr. de interior y sus compañeras de piso, adjunto fotos; I'm preparing the food of the interior doctor and her roommates, attached photos;
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    Thank you @Jose.gh! The bud formation of this strain is pretty good, and 5gr of bio bloom / ltr of substrat is th good range for this strain except for number 2 ! The number 2 is a heavy eater and this pheno have a time of flowering a little longer than the others pheno (9+,10 week). Here is a pic of a clone SVK #2 at 1 week of flo As it is a heavy eater than the others, I put 5g of biobloom / ltr of substrat during the week 1 of flowering, and I would put 1gr / ltr during week 2-3. For improved soil life and nutrients uptake, I will watering : 1x/week at week 1-3-5-7 with compost tea + Ehancer and 1x/week at week 2-4-6 with compost tea charged with guano PK. We'll see what she has in the belly for this 2nd run
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    End of week 4 of veg and the start of week 1 of 12/12 and time for a weekly update on the progress of the 4 Sweet Valley Kush plants. On monday the dirt in the root pouches so I gave them all 2 litres of water each then 3 days later on Thursday the dirt in the pouches was dry so I gave each plant 2 litres of water each. This morning when the LED came on I put the bloom switch on and this afternoon I adjusted the timer so it goes off at 6pm so the photoperiod is 12/12 I measure all of the plants this afternoon and SVK-b#1 is now 41cm tall and SVK-B#2 is now 37cm tall, SVK-M#1 is now 41cm tall and SVK-M#2 is now 40cm tall. The maximum temperature inside the tent this week was 29.2C and the minimum temperature was 25.8C the maximum humidity was 99% and the minimum humidity was 57% The dirt in 3 of the plants root pouches was nice and dry tonight so I gave them all 2 litres of water just before the LED switched off. Here are some images I took this afternoon. All of the plants under LED in grow tent. SVK-B#1 side view of plant. SVK-B#1 plant foliage. SVK-B#1 top view of plant. SVK-B#2 side view of plant. SVK-B#2 plant foliage. SVK-B#2 top view of plant. SVK-M#1 side view of plant. SVK-M#1 plant foliage. SVK-M#1 top view of plant. SVK-M#2 side view of plant. SVK-M#2 plant foliage. SVK-M#2 top view of plant. All four Sweet Valley Kush plants in normal light. Happy growing...
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    A long overdue update on here for The Doctor. Been feeding her mineral Hybrid nutrients (does both veg & flower) I moved her from her spot in the nettles, where she had been blown over, and had stayed blown over for a few days. By last weekend, in her new spot with the others, she had straightened herself out a bit.
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    Hello Hunters, The group 1 is now at week 4 day 25. I watering each plant with 1,5-2ltr of water (50% rainwater + 50% tap water aerated) Day Temperature : 28c° (leaf temp 24c°) Night Temperature : 19c° Day Humidity : 55% Night humidity : 70%
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    The Sweet Valley Kush seedlings seem to be enjoying their new pots and having more time under the LED. The dirt in their pots was dry tonight so I gave each seedling about 40ml of tap water. Here are a couple of images of the seedlings. Sweet Valley Kush seedlings in grow tent under LED. Sweet Valley Kush seedlings out of tent (flash). I have been struggling to keep the temperature in the tent consistent today it has been 30C and at one point it was 31C So I have had the window wide open and the door of the tent wide open as well and that lowered the temperature to 28C They will have the tent to themselves before the end of the week and then next weekend I can put them into the root pouches. I am thinking I will give them a week in the root pouches to use some of the nutes in the fresh dirt before I feed them. Two will get bio feed and two will get mineral feed, it is going to be interesting to compare them as they grow. I need to make four new little markers like I have for the outdoor grow to identify the plants and type of feed they get. Updates to follow, happy growing...
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    Sorry iam very busy for the moment i dont have time for the plant and i think i have to stop trying to make a medium and use a rady to use medium its logic if you need a lot of soil you not gone lose time to modify the structure

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